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UNW Zimbabwe Deputy Country Rep. Revai Makanje-Aalbaek and Elijah Wachira of UNW ACTIL share a common vision for gender equality



In the first link below Revai Makanje-Aalbaek, UN Women Zimbabwe’s Deputy Country Representative spells out an alternative power analysis framework as the most effective tool to shake the strongholds of the patriarchal master’s house. With an equally strong vision and passion for women’s economic empowerment, Elijah Wachira of UN Women African Centre for Transformational and Inclusive Leadership (UNW-ACTIL) shares UN Women and ACTIL's best practice in championing transformative and inclusive leadership for marginalised women in Kenya as a model that can be implemented elsewhere in Africa to influence transformative leadership.



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